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Monday, April 29, 2013

I’m Ready for College But I Can’t Find My Backpack

A Roger A. Bauman Parent Lecture Presented by
The Lurie Center for Autism

Executive Functioning Strategies for Transition to and Success in College

Speakers: Margaret Dillon Katz is the CIP National Presentation Coordinator and the Transition Counselor at The College Internship Program. Margaret has been working with families for over twenty years as they consider and search for the right educational choice for their student. She works with students and families during the critical transition from high school to college

Travis McArthur, Admissions Coordinator, CIP Berkshires. Before working in admissions at CIP, he was residential coordinator for the Berkshires CIP program, and he did one-on-one sessions on executive functioning with individual students as well as groups. He is also getting his masters with an emphasis in autism.

When:    6:30 – 8:30pm, Thursday, May 16 2013

Where:  Charles River Center
                   Paul Merritt Bldg. Basement Conference Rm.
                   59 East Militia Heights Road
                   Needham, Massachusetts
                   (located at the top of Dwight Road off Central St.)


Registration required. To register, please contact:

Julie O’Brien, M.Ed., LMHC
Family Support Clinician, Lurie Center
Phone: 781-860-1726
Email:  jobrien20@partners.org

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